Credit to @healthy.foods.only RAINBOW PANCAKES STACK ?
If it seems hard to make, let me assure you it isn’t . Basically all you have to do is make your pancake batter, divide it equally between 6 small bowls and then add a different colouring powder to each bowl .
For the colours you will need:
❤ beetroot powder
? turmeric + beetroot powder
? green spirulina/matcha/chlorella
? blue spirulina powder
? pink pitaya + blue spirulina powder
? pink pitaya powder
(I highly recommend @unicornsuperfoods powders ).
RAINBOW PANCAKES (this recipe makes about 12 medium sized pancakes)
? 240 ml plant-based milk
? 60 ml water
? 1+1/2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
? 250 g all purpose flour
? 15 g baking powder
? 3 tbsp unrefined cane sugar
? 2 small ripe bananas, mashed
? 1 tsp vanilla extract
? a pinch of salt
? natural colouring powders
In a small bowl mix milk and vinegar. Let the mixture sit for 5 minutes, until you prepare the other ingredients. In a large bowl mix flour, salt, baking powder and sugar. Add in the mashed bananas, water, vanilla and the milk-vinegar mixture. Whisk just enough to incorporate all the ingredients.
Divide the batter between 6 small bowls and add colouring powders to each of the bowls. ❤ For the red pancakes add beetroot powder (about 1+1/2 tsp), ? for the orange ones add turmeric & beetroot powder (as much as you need from both to achieve the desired shade of orange), ? for the green pancakes add some of their super green blend (about 1 or 1+1/2 tsp). ? Add blue spirulina powder to the batter to make the blue pancakes (1 tsp or so). ? For the purple ones add some pink pitaya & blue spirulina powder to the batter (about 2 tsp pink pitaya and 1/2 or 1/3 tsp blue spirulina I’d say) and ? for the pink pancakes just add 2 tsp of pink pitaya powder to the last bowl of batter.
Heat up a nonstick pan and start cooking your pancakes, 2 at a time, for about 1 minute or so per side.
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